I think this is a big case of user error.
It usually is. PJ O'Rourke wrote a great piece about the NTSB in (I think) "Parliament of Whores".
They were investigating unexplained crashes of Volvos. It turns out the type of person who was buying Volvos at the time (in the US anyway) were often a poor driver who stamped on the gas instead of the brake.
Give it time, they will implode
The current investors are losing $2 billion or so per year, so there needs to be an IPO so they can offload their shares to some suckers and get their money back.
Then it will implode.
The TSA seems to have a budget of something like $7.5 billion. What are they providing for that money?
It sounds like a awful lot of money if it's just security guards at airports and air marshals, so they need to keep coming up with new ideas regularly so the money keeps flowing.
Man he had a long career.
The fact that you think a military solution might be the answer in North Korea says a lot about the US attitude towards the rest of the world. There is no way China would allow any of that.
You are completely right about how Trump got himself elected. The rest of the world is still wondering how that could have happened.
Anytime Americans have taken a stance that conflicts with the status quo, there has been violence:
The Haymarket Riot is just one of many occasions the US Government in it's many forms has used violence against workers.
You can pretend all you like, but you've been shafted twice to get internet access.
if they get enough intelligence to draw a line between the Kremlin and the President
Then they bought all the radio stations. One of them owns a free to air TV network, the other owns the pay TV network. There is a publically owned free to air network, but it owns a (small) share of the pay TV network, so won't compete with it.
They are now trying to claim they don't make enough money competing with each other so they need to merge.
Guess who's reporting on that as being a good thing? That's right, the media companies.
How can anyone be sucked in by that nonsense, I mean does anyone really imagine that Gwyneth sits down every day and writes all those pieces about all those products from her "friends"?
That juice machine is no worse than the "Nutribullet" that was claiming to turn fruit and vegetables into "Super Food" every time I turned my TV on last year. If I was less lazy I would have complained to our Broadcasting Standards people who would have prosecuted them for telling blatant lies.
I have seen huge piles of the Nutribullets at various retailers lately however, selling for a tiny fraction of the their original price, so maybe people are not always sucked in.
And someone gave them $67M? Ha ha.
Some other idiot decided they were worth $375 million too. Apparently.
Thank goodness we're at the stage where any x64 processor from the last few years will be plenty good enough for most people, and benchmarks are largely meaningless
I am looking forward to the day when it's the same with phones.
Don't compare floating point numbers solely for equality.